Tag Archives: Howard Bowman

Seeing red – new research aims to reduce impacts

The aim of most research is to achieve impact, but a new research project in the School of Computing aims for the opposite – to reduce impacts. Palaniappan Ramaswamy, Ian McLoughlin and Howard Bowman have been given an award of £195k from … Continue reading

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PhD pass for Alexia Zoumpoulaki

Congratulations to Alexia Zoumpoulaki, who has recently passed her PhD viva, with minor corrections. Alexia’s PhD thesis was titled ‘Detecting Perceptual Breakthrough in RSVP with Applications in Deception Detection: Methodological, Behavioural and Electrophysiological Explorations’ and was supervised by Howard Bowman. Alexia … Continue reading

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There’s no deceiving University of Kent technology

Final year Undergraduate student Oliver Florence explores deception detection and a new technology being developed at The University of Kent’s School of Computing. Although the idea of being strapped into a polygraph machine might well make you uncomfortable, it seems … Continue reading

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